Thursday 23 August 2018

♬ Suddenly Trouble (Dirty Texas #4) ♬ JA Low ♬

he was everything he wasnt allowed have.

Isla Eriksen was the girl next door, my best friends little sister, the girl he warned me never to touch. Sometimes rules are hard to stick to. Over the years I tried to stay away, but when she needed me the most I was there for her and all the rules I stuck by went out the window. Now I have a secret life she doesnt know about and if I tell her I know I will lose her forever.

 He was everything she couldnt have.

Finn Connolly, the golden haired boy I lost my virginity to, the world famous rock star, a well-known man whore and my brothers best friend. I told him to pursue his dreams when we were younger. I was right beside him as he and the boys from my childhood became super stars. I fought the chemistry between us for years, I tried to move on. I tried to love another but he broke my heart. Now Im back at square one and we cant seem to keep our hands off each other. Unfortunately, first love and raw chemistry isnt enough for him to choose me over loyalty to my brother.

ARC received from author for an honest review

I always knew from the other books that Isla (I love this name. It was my Nan's name and much underused!) and Finn's story was a complicated one, however, Suddenly Trouble was so, so much more than I had pictured in my head.

I have always wanted this pair to be together as this series has progressed, and we are taken on quite a journey to get here today.

I mean, what an 
we are taken on.

I loved that we got past and present views of Finn, Isla and the Dirty Texas boys.  It was amusing seeing their teenage, horny selves .

I won't lie, I had a bit of a love/hate relationship with Finn throughout this book.  I mean, he says he wants Isla but then does things that make me want to throw my Kindle at his head!  I loved him, but like Isla, I didn't like him at times.

As much as I wanted our lovelies to be together all the time, their relationship was at times I felt toxic and I was glad they were apart. They needed the time apart to really be together if that makes sense?

I also adored seeing the other DT  guys and their gals.

I ran the whole gamut of emotions as this story of family, evolving relationships, of  love (in all its forms)

I love the Isla finally kicks the DT boys to the kerb to go out on her own work wise.  I mean, I know we would all love to be surrounded by rock stars all the time, but she needed more.

To me, this is the best of the Dirty Texas stories -I mean, I have adored them all, but this one just had that little more. I laughed, I cried, I got frustrated and I got angry.  But in the end I got my HEA!

Ms Low has made these characters feel like part of my family and I am going to miss them when they are gone!